Have you sought to strengthen your animal’s immune system and been told colostrum is an amazing natural way to do that? How it’s specially made to help calves survive in the germ filled world they are born into, and so, it’s good for you and your animals?
I’ve long been impressed with a component of colostrum called transfer factor. It’s been well studied for over 60 years with thousands of research papers published on it world wide. I chose to use it in myself and my patients based largely on all that research and the results have often been quite remarkable in both me and the animals who’ve gotten it.
In this episode, I’ve clarified the differences between colostrum and one of its key immune components, transfer factor. The two are significantly different in who they can help. Knowing the difference will help you do better for your animals (and yourself) and save you money when you make an informed choice between these two seemingly similar products.
Inside, you’ll discover:
— what’s in colostrum that makes it so amazing
— who exactly benefits most from it (and how those who do can die without it)
— how a critical time factor makes all the difference between the two
— how the size of colostrum’s main ingredient limits its usefulness
If you’ve ever wondered if colostrum and transfer factor are interchangeable, you won’t want to miss this episode.
Your comments are welcome below. Did you learn something from this episode?
Links for this episode
Concentrated transfer factor + medicinal mushrooms in our sister company’s flagship product:
Canine Immune Complete
We are working on Feline Immune Complete
and will one day have our own equine and human products as well, but for now:
More on titers, mentioned in this episode:
Dr. Robb on titers and immune certificates, Episode 4
Titers: Are you using them wisely? Episode 16
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